Spotless: Microneedles Patch - FREE GIFT
Banish and fade early stage pimples with 300 dissolving Hyaluronic Acid microneedles tipped with Salicylic Acid, Vitamin B3, Tea Tree Oil and Green Tea.
- Reduce the size & severity of early-stage pimples
- Manage acne and acne scars
- No irritation, redness or rebound pigmentation
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in Australia, UK, US & NZ*
Tackle early stage pimples with combined technologies of microneedling and evidence based ingredients.
Each patch contains 300 dissolving hyaluronic acid microneedles embedded with powerful acne fighting actives. Each dissolving needle is 0.3 millimeters in length, painlessly reaching the deeper layers of the skin.
Microneedling in its current form started to gain prominence in the late 1990’s when a plastic surgeon described how he treated post surgical scars with a tattoo gun (with the ink removed). Fast forward a few decades and not only are microneedles used for skin antiaging, reducing facial hyperpigmentation and managing acne, but also (in the case of dissolving microneedles) for delivery of medications. More recently micro needling has been used for the efficient delivery of skincare ingredients. The benefits of delivery ingredients through dissolving microneedles rather than traditional creams or serums include; more efficient delivery of actives to the skin for improved results and also the delivery of large molecular weight active ingredients past the stratum corneum which would otherwise block their absorption by the skin.
Being related to Aspirin, Salicylic acid has anti-inflammatory properties and is generally well-tolerated. It exfoliates the skin and has been shown to be effective in reducing acne, managing some of the signs of premature (sun-induced) skin aging (especially hyperpigmentation) and psoriasis.
Manages Acne, Rosacea and eczema, reduces pigmentation and improves skin barrier function. An Anti-Oxidant, assists in repair of cell DNA, improves skin barrier function and manages the skin’s natural oil production increases skin elasticity and reduces pigmentation.
The emerging evidence for green tea in skincare suggests that it can improve acne, prevent damage from UV radiation and possibly help those living with skin conditions such as dermatitis and rosacea.
For a long time, scientists have wanted to add resveratrol to skincare for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Some studies have shown potential for prevention of UV damage, from skin aging to skin cancer.
Tea Tree Oil
Having anti-inflammatory and anti septic properties, tea tree oil may be beneficial for acne, healing wounds and potentially psoriasis too.
Ferulic acid’s emerging evidence suggests it can stimulate more skin cells, fibroblasts, collagen and elastin, improve the effectiveness of Vitamin C and help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
The optimum Hyaluronic Acid (HA) to have in skincare is still a matter of debate. However, there is some emerging evidence for medium-size HA to be absorbed by the skin and promoting wound healing and skin regeneration.
- Wash and dry your hands. Cleanse your skin and thoroughly pat dry.
- Take the patch out of the plastic case and then peel off the plastic backing. Be careful not to touch the microneedles!
- Place patch on irritated area or blemish. You may feel a slight prickling feeling but it won’t sting or hurt.
- Leave on skin for 8 hours for stunning results
Things to note
These are best used on early to mid stage pimples.
They are often ineffective for the large cystic or “blind” pimples.
Sodium Hyaluronate, Niacinamide, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract (Green Tea), Melaleuca Alternafolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Salicylic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Oligopeptide 10, Resveratrol